Higher Education | 1999 Archive


October

Oct. 21th — Call. 39: Apocalypse at UNC
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is in crisis, according to professors and students who squared off in a debate this week over a plan to increase student tuition. The tuition increases would be used to boost faculty salaries. The debate was sponsored by UNC-CH’s Dialectic and Philanthropic societies.

Oct. 14th — Call. 37: Task Force Calls for Tuition Hike to Boost Professors’ Pay
Students, state legislators and private donors may soon be asked to help raise faculty salaries at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, despite evidence that UNC-CH’s faculty salaries there are among the highest in the nation.

Oct. 7th — Call. 36: Criticisms of Pope Salary Study Unfounded, Author Says / Few Gain From GED
The Pope Center’s study of faculty salaries study has come under criticism from the Economics Dept. at UNC-Chapel Hill. Department Chair David K. Guilkey criticized the study in a recent letter to The News & Observer of Raleigh. Guilkey also announced that his department would release its own rankings of faculty compensation on October 15 on its website (http://www.unc.edu/depts/econ).

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